A stylish move for young businesswoman

BUYING, owning and operating a business is not even a thought for many 25-year-olds, but it is a reality for Bianca Birchall.

This young lady officially opened her fashion store, Blossom & Co. next to the Saraton Theatre in Prince Street Grafton at the beginning of the month and hasn't looked back since.

The girl from Palmers Island wanted to test the waters in the business world close to home, just in case.

“The people are great and so far I'm loving the experience,” Bianca said.

She has also recently completed a business and tourism degree which prompted her to open Blossom & Co.

“I wanted to put my degree to good use, saw a spot open in the market and jumped in,” she said.

With winter and autumn stock arriving daily to add to her range it is not a surprise that she is happy with her venture.

“We are getting a range of cocktail dresses and jewellery in soon and I can't wait for the race season to start up because we will have a range of race wear,” she said.

Blossom & Co. stock a range of different and exciting lines for all the fashion savvy ladies.



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